Palin Will Not Run For President ― Endorsement Pending?

Read Palin’s letter:

After much prayer and serious consideration, I have decided that I will not be seeking the 2012 GOP nomination for President of the United States. As always, my family comes first and obviously Todd and I put great consideration into family life before making this decision. When we serve, we devote ourselves to God, family and country. My decision maintains this order.


Now we wait for the coveted presidential endorsement.

Until then, who do you think will win the prize?


7 comments:

  1. Mrs. Palin, while being someone I would sincerely enjoy meeting in the really real world and chatting with over a Pepsi, (I find her a fascinating personality), will endorse the GOP favorite, who happens to be Mitt Romney, a RINO Supreme. Just like with McCain, Sarah will toe the line and keep her mouth shut.

    Herman Cain would be mu choice with Ron Paul as VP candidate, but I'm not known for playing by the rules and accepting whatever the GOP seeks to thrust down the throats of Conservative America. Now, if Mr. Paul were to leave the GOP...hmmm.

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  2. @ecc102

    Sarah Palin's endorsement history is a mixed bag, but her decision to endorse Carly Fiorina shows that she has no trouble endorsing RINOs.

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  3. I'm thinking she may "go rogue" and endorse the Herminator. But as you say here, she did endorse Fiorina so... she just might endorse squishy-statist Romney.

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  4. I think if she's not in it, she should stay out of it...

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  5. @RK,

    She endorsed McCain for his most recent Congressional run, playing the whole "maverick" card again. When she did that, I must confess, any hopes I had for Mrs. Palin in being a true Conservative and not a GOP mouthpiece, well, they were dashed against the cold hard truth of politics.

    This may sound odd, but since I myself quite fancy Mr. Cain, I hope she doesn't endorse him. It will send too many mixed messages and the leftist media will use it for fuel.

    Mr. Cain, if you are reading this, PLEASE do not accept any endorsement from Sarah Palin, please, sir!

    I am hoping that John's words will be read by Mrs. Palin and she'll simply stay out of it all.

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  6. @ecc102

    Given that McCain elevated Palin to the national stage, he's the one RINO she could justifiably endorse. The other RINOs were much harder for me to explain

    @John

    I suspect that she might stay out of it until someone has already emerged as the clear frontrunner after the early primaries.

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  7. @RK,

    You said:
    "Given that McCain elevated Palin to the national stage, he's the one RINO she could justifiably endorse. The other RINOs were much harder for me to explain."
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    You make a valid point. Perhaps Mrs. Palin did owe McCain a little something something. That's fair enough.

    But as you said, the other RINO's...well, yeah, a bit more difficult to explain, indeed.

    Thanks for the respectful responses. (Oh, wait...we;re Conservatives....of course we are respectful!) :)

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